History and archaeology of the Montauk

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Suffolk County Archaeological Association, Nassau County Archaeological Committee, 1993 - History - 685 pages
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Contents

A History of the Indians on Montauk Long Island
4
Montauk Ethnohistorical Sources
68
2nd edition
78
2nd edition
155
Azariah Hortons Mission to the Montauk 174144
191
Introduction to Occums Diary
223
An Ethnological Introduction to the Long Island Indians
291
to Wisconsin and Back?
300
Annual Report of the Montauk Tribe of Indians 1916
469
Montauk Tribal Roll
489
Montauk Tribal Roll
495
TO BROTHERTOWN
503
A Chronology ofBrotherton History to 1850
515
Samson Occom and Brothertown New York
535
Brotherton Revisited
541
MontaukettIBrotherton Participation in the Civil War
553

The Van Tassel Family
311
A Montaukett Family History
349
the Autobiography of Maria Pharaoh with notes by
365
Ceremonies
395
The Montauketts and the Law 1653 1904
403
Mont auk Censuses
409
Disease Among the Montaukett
415
Discovering the Montauketts in Rediscovered Documents
423
Native American Slavery on Eastern Long Island
429
The Montaukett in the Colonial Wars
433
Town Montaukett Economic Survival 18601910
446
A Guide to Newspaper Accounts of the Montaukett 18601921
457
Brotherton Images
563
A Traditional Montaukett Craft
575
Gaynell Stone
582
A 20th Century Montaukett Indian Barn
583
Mont auk Prehistory
601
A Montauk Cemetery at Easthampton Long Island
619
The Beads of the Pantigo Site A Montauk Cemetery on Eastern Long Island N Y
629
Edward Johannemann
645
Artifacts Excavated in Montauk County Park Indian Fields Site
655
2 1920 Museum of the
663
Pantigo Site Beads
685
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